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Change your name-servers with wordpress.com name-servers. Before Upgrading - Important Notes WordPress.com automatically removes the “www” from all URLs. Mapping the “www” subdomain is not supported. Also, they do not currently allow mapping to subdirectories, such as example.com/blog. Instructions for Mapping Subdomains Add a CNAME record through the ...


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I had this problem in the past, and it happens sometimes when I migrate a site and forget about those changes. In my experience always is about the data base. Go to PhpMyAdmin or anywhere yo can change database tables values. Open the website's data base and find the wp_options table, open that table. Then locate the column option_name and find the values: ...


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You can't use http://codex.wordpress.org/Giving_WordPress_Its_Own_Directory to move from a subdomain to a domain. WordPress can be moved up or down a directory level, but the same technique can't be used for subdomain - really a different domain - to another domain. Follow Moving WordPress « WordPress Codex and WordPress Serialized PHP Search Replace Tool. ...


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Can't be sure, but check the settings for your site in phpmyadmin, it'll list url/blog url edit this to what it should be.


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You have forwarded the wildcards to the wrong subdirectory this is why you are seeing the Plesk default page. The wildcard subdomain rule should point to the folder of your wordpress multisite installation. Wordpress reads the URL from the request and then internally routes to the correct site. If it's not pointed to right place then this can't happen. I ...



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